Filter Channel Plus - managing email loads
- Opus One's Filter Channel works with Innosoft's PMDF,
Sun's SIMS, and iPlanet's NMS (Netscape Messaging Server) software to
provide a real-time filtering capability for high volumes of mail.
The filter channel lets both end users and system managers define
mail to be accepted, rejected, forwarded, replied-to, or silently
dropped. Unlike user-context filtering (procmail-type programs),
the filter channel is designed to handle hundreds of thousands of
messages a day, filtering all email for a large mail backbone.
Filter Channel uses a simple filtering language (similar to the
IETF standards track language). Filter rules can be stored in
relational databases such as Informix or Oracle, in an X.500 directory,
or in simple text files.
The Filter Channel can be combined with the Opus One
STORM real-time mail load management system
for maximum protection
- Filter Channel was created by Opus One software engineers.
- Availability and Status
- The Filter Channel is available under license from Opus One. Contact
us for more information
on how to protect your network.
- The Filter Channel is available on all supported PMDF platforms,
including OpenVMS, Digital Unix, and Solaris. Filter Channel is available
on all SIMS and NMS platforms.
Mass Email is a presentation
from Opus One's library
which looks at the problem of
unsolicited commercial email and some of the potential solutions.
Potential users of Opus One's Filter Channel may want to review this for background
information on the topic.
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